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A challenger tank in the field.

An £800 million contract has been signed that will see the delivery of 148 new Challenger 3 main battle tanks (MBTs). These new vehicles are…

Wrecked tanks are seen close to the road that leads to the village of Imber on December 31, 2011 on Salisbury Plain, England.

The village of Imber in Wiltshire has long been abandoned by its inhabitants after they evacuated, leaving behind the eerie remains of a once-lived-in place.…

P-39s in flight

A substantial portion of combat during WWII occurred in the skies, as countries developed their aerospace technology. That included the United States, which developed more…

East German police guarding the Berlin Wall

What price would you pay for freedom? What dangers would you put your family through for a chance at a new life? These were the…

Hershel 'Woody' Williams, 97, (left) assists flamethrower expert Charles Hobson in flamethrower demonstration.

Hershel Williams, the last surviving Marine to have earned the Medal of Honor during WW2, let loose with a flamethrower during an event in West…

Three Wellington Mark ICsf No. 311 (Czechoslovak) Squadron RAF based at East Wretham, Norfolk, flying in stepped starboard echelon formation.

The remains of a Czech aircrew have been found within the wreckage of a Vickers Wellington bomber that crashed in the Netherlands during WWII. The…

Sgt Alwyn Cashe

The U.S. Army’s 3rd Infantry Division will rename its ceremony area after Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe, an Iraq War hero who sacrificed his own…

Ralph Boughman

The remains of Cpl. Ralph Boughman have been missing since 1950, when he was killed during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir in the Korean War.…

A statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is seen in Market Street Park on April 1, 2021 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Action is being taken in Charlottesville, Virginia, to remove statues of former Confederate American Civil War generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson from the…

Germany is following suit with the U.S. and NATO wind-down of large-scale military activity in Afghanistan, with just 1,100 troops left in the nation. This…

The storming of the fortress of Stampace in Pisa, 1568-1571. Artist: Vasari, Giorgio

The constant battle between defenses and breaking those defenses has raged throughout the history of humanity. Today, the war is mostly over, with offensive weapons…

Igor I of Kiev ruled from AD 913 until his death in AD 945. Although he had a relatively long reign, many aspects of his…